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Old Lycoming police chief gets top state honor for victim services

May 22, 2013

Only 4 percent of women who fall victim and perish to domestic violence seek the assistance from organizations such as the Williamsport YWCA, according to Susan Mathias, co-director of the agency’s......

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jeff33

May-22-13 11:02 AM

Wasn't this guy a State Trooper too!

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susieq24571

May-22-13 12:45 PM

I met this man at a function for the Y.W.C.A. I also talked to him about this program. He hit so many nails right on the head for understand domestic abuse.Victims will not under stand what the officer is doing,but as soon as they become a survivor it will all be clear.You don`t have to remain a vivtom. Seek help as soon as you can.

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localguy

May-22-13 2:22 PM

Congrats to Chief Solomon for his hard work. Hey Wasn't jeff33 a failed Police Officer who can only talk crap now? Sounds like Jeff is jealous! Jeff get a life, you had your chance to do something with your life but you couldn't hack it as an LEO.

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jeff33

May-28-13 1:17 PM

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